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and now i'm not going to fly and delta then saying, gary b smith didn't fly that week, that's costing us. i think the whole thing is silly. >> first up, gary we knew you weren't going to fly anywhere, anyti. >> true. >> neil: you happen to live in the d.c. area and you know that, for instance, u.s. air has a hub at national airport and yes, about 4 to 8% of their traffic is related to the government. period of time direct or indirect and military by the way, let's not forget that. u.s. air, basically, the numbers have been going up, i'm using the graphic here, until they got to that point. delta, that's a bunch of malarky, delta tried to raise the trees and they've blown up. you know who did well? you know, southwest, was taking flights from baltimore, and you know, that's-- >> and delta says thatome of its fair hikes were hurting things as well. can you stick up for the airlines here? >> no, absolutely not. and someone who buys tickets at the last minute a lot, i cannot stand the way they try to gouge us last minute flyers and that's what this is about. you've seen the number of people
at airlines. good earnings, great earnings reported from delta. good one from u.s. air. delta said the magic words. we're well positioned to generate significant improvement and profitability. delta air up about 9%. the home builders also having a good day. new home sales came in blind with expectations. prices down a little bit, but barclays upgraded the whole group today. look at those nice moves up in all the big names. we're one-fourth of the way through earnings season right now. here's how it's shaping up. here's the good news. about 70% are beating on earnings. that's above average. the average about 62%. here's the bad news, only 42% are beating on the top line. that's way below the historic average of about 62%. bill and maria, bottom line is companies are continuing to beat on the bottom line, because they're becoming cost-cutting monsters, not because they're able to increase on the top line. of course, this is causing problems with hiring. why hire more people when you're not bringing in more money? guys, back to you. >> bob, thank you so much. let's break down the numbers and wh
. the wind advisory has expired for most of the bay area with the exception of the delta. the wind is expected to pick up tomorrow. calm winds into breezy are going to die down. chilly temperatures. noticeably, warmer and we are going to continue that warming trend. more on that, coming up in a bitstill ahead on kron4 news at. it >> pam: 11. we'll take a look at the increased security on bart. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. there is a social network that is trying to connect people in a new way. >> big defens ttube with the d s they are finding the most relevant videos and posting them. this is not a you tube user t
gusting to 33 and that's a howling sea breeze going out to the delta and that's assure sign out towards sacramento. clouds are getting helped in southern california and that's the source of our cool down. speaking of our temperatures, 53, dallas, 47 atlanta 30s and 40s and we have a lot of record lows in the deep south and for us, we will bottom out and we have more coming up and we have a fresh breeze more out of the west. upper 60s and lower 70s and we are going 65 today. livermore 76 and we have some mild conditions and we have to go pretty far to get that. >>> thank you steve. european markets are mixed this morning and that's about the same pattern for markets in the far east overnight. hong kong has up nearly 1% but the shanghai index dropped nearly 1% after an increase in oil prices. our numbers indicate an opening across the board for the nasdaq and s&p 500, we were mixed by the close and right now it looks like a 50 point gain for the dow jones industrial average. >>> a battle in front of a state senator opens up in front of his colleagues, his personal revelation during a deba
. >> back here in the bay area erica has a look at our forecast. >> along the delta we have very strong when. sustained wind over 20 mi. an hour. we have a wind advisory post for those of you in fairfield. also seeing the return of a coastal fog. visibility down to zero for those of you using highway one through half moon bay. a mild start to the morning but a couple of different factors to contend with. futurecast 4 is tracking temperatures throughout the day. it will be cooler. we will not see nineties. future cast 4 highlights 12:00. a good mixing of seventies and low '80s. we will keep it in the 60s along the coastline. more '80s by 3:00 p.m. today. >> putting the clock into motion a p.m. tonight the green on your screen indicates temperatures and the '60s. >> breaking down your afternoon highs. 79 santa clara. sevemid '80s in the east bay. it brepittsburgh 85. >> lows '60s for downtown san francisco. oakland 78. 76 in alameda. >> satellite and radar view shows coastal fog to contend with. the wind is approaching of the north and mainly impacting the delta. a dry stable pattern around th
to sneak in. windy in spots. the delta, carcinas strait. plenty of sunshine becoming breezy. coast side and through the delta. gradual warming with less wind. still low pressure and high pressure close enough that we have a strong pressure gradient, that means a big difference between the ridge and causing wind outside for today and on the breezy side once again as we head toward the afternoon. not as windy as it was yesterday. winds will be kicking up especially toward the beaches in the afternoon. sustained winds over 20 miles per hour and into the delta and central valley as well. we're going to watch for that. less wind and warmer temperatures. and in the central valley, windy but 70 degrees in sacramento. 37 in lake tahoe. 52 in yosemite. and around the bay, upper 60s in the south bay, about 68 in morgan hill. 67 in san jose. cool 59 and breezy in the pacifica. windy through the delta. 61 in san francisco. and 65 in novato. next couple of days, winds start to calm down. mid-70s by thursday. and by this next weekend, timing this out nicely could see some temperatures up in the 80s.
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stocks for delta and u.s. airways both popped. the airlines reported higher first quarter profits. however, delta says it's already anticipating lower profits due to sequester cuts. defense company lockheed martin also reported strong earnings but warned of lower profits in the future as a result of sequestration. no more guessing when a fedex package will arrive. for $10, fedex customers can schedule a 2-hour delivery window. for $5 they can reschedule a delivery day or change a location. fedex is making the move because of the boom in online shopping. a price break is starring at the box office. the average ticket is now $7.94, down from more than 8 dollars. prices can rise or fall depending on the range of movies available. with the packed summer movie season just ahead, prices will likely tick up again. ben affleck is the latest high- profile person to pledge to live on $1.50 a day. the oscar- winning actor is joining hugh jackman and others in the effort to raise awareness of the 'live below the line' poverty awareness campaign. by taking the pledge, he promises to spend no
responsible for those winds that are coming our way and already kicking up in and around the delta and the carquinez straight. here's the ridge of high pressure. to the east, we have a trough. it's killing in right about utah. the -- digging in right about utah. the pressure gradient, right here. we are looking at wind increasing into the afternoon. if you are going to the valley today, the sacramento valley, there's a wind advisory already in place. that system in -- moving into utah also responsible for a little bit of a cooldown. temperatures aren't going to be as warm as yesterday, still well above average. just not as warm in most cases. again it's going to bring that red flag warning to the north and east bay hills, starting at 6:00 and will last until tomorrow. the wind advisory is already in place for the straight as well as the delta. i think the winds are picking up in the afternoon. the gusts are expected to reach 40 and the models are showing that it -- it will come later today around the bay area, not bad, mountain view, 14 miles an hour. oakland reported 6. it's in th
the coast. next we traveled to the california delta, covering over one of thousands or miles. the california delta is an expensive estuary where the sacramento and san joaquin rivers meet. the delicate includes some of the most productive land and provides water to 3/3 of the state's residents. the land has subsided so it's now below sea level. the land in the delta is protected by an elaborate system of levees that are vulnerable to overtopping and failure and require constant maintenance. california delta and the central valley region are among the bonet mobile. next, ballston,, the infrastructure and homes face dangers from rising sea levels. much of the land is only a few feet above sea level. as the levels rise during this century, boston neighborhoods, highways, and waterfront areas will be flooded. new york city, i was surprised to learn how close the city is to the ocean. major business centers and residential areas are at sea level. the infrastructure like tunnels are actually below sea level. several months after our trip, hurricane sandy showed the world how vulnerable this region
, jpmorgan and delta airlines. coming out with numbers soon, what are you expecting for their earnings? >> the first quarter for the banks in general and jpmorgan as well, better capital market than a lot of people expected, so we are very optimistic there. delta airlines, he was optimistic about that one. that is one clearly, we are really in the early innings of more consistent earnings in what we call getting higher multiples for those stocks. we are very enthusiastic and there is not a lot of investors who say that about airline stocks. liz: good to see you all. airline stocks, what can you say. good to see you all. the keystone pipeline continues to be a hot debate across the country. we have someone who says the matter what the decision is, whether they started up or not, there is money to be made. three ways to play both outcomes. adam: we're live in washington. liz: and we want to know what you think. testing a program that charges users to send celebrities a personal message on the site. how much would you pay to send a message to your favorite celebrity, and if so, who would
business report," i'm eamon javers. >>> a turbulent day for airlines. delta warned it expects revenues will come lower than forecast for the first quarter. it said march performance was weaker than expect. delta still expects a profitable quarter, but shares were down 8%. the other airlines also lost altitude on the delta warning. jetblue, southwest, united, and usair all off between 4 to 5%. on the other side of the airport, hertz raised its three-year guidance saying total revenues would increase by as much as 14% by the year 2015. hertz shares jumped almost 7% to $23 and change. the stock is up almost 44% this year. >>> jcpenney's board cut executive -- chief executive ron johnson's 2012 total compensation to $1.9 million. in 2011, johnson's compensation was $59.3 million. that is a big pay cut. over the past year, and here is why, jcpenney shares have lost 59% of their value. today closing down more than 1 1/2% at $14.55. >>> medicare's advantage plans will not be as costly to health insurers as expected, and that group faced the market today. united group led the dow and davita le
, and i've got to tell you we're not getting good numbers from the airlines. we saw a delta weakness and we saw a downgrade about caterpillar. i think the downgrade is a little late, but it's a mixed picture and that's different from three weeks ago. the transports were leading and everything felt great. >> we're doing this in the face of what has been fairly significant, multiple expansion and it appears to be at this point and we'll start to get a taste of that and we'll do it with conagra and we'll get to that in a minute and we don't know. it's still a few weeks away. we're in that zone when we haven't heard from alcoa yet. i like klaas kleinfeld. it's that part of earnings season. he got his dress at kleinfeld. i would point out i suspect that would be disappointing. we'll come into the earnings period more worried about earnings in a long time because of how far stocks have gone. they've got to justify the movie earnings and i don't know if they can. >> on jobs here, btig said it's pointless for you to try to alter your estimate on non-farm based on gdp even if they have improv
of days. 64 for by the delta, 53 in los gatos and 52 up in santa rosa. sunny and mild today. a lot like we had yesterday, warmer tomorrow on the order of 12-4 degrees. we will be looking at a clear coast and temperatures there in the mid-60s. so if you want that cooling sea breeze, head to the coast. although the flow will be offshore. not a whole of that cooling sea breeze. 9-12 degrees warmer this morning and 2 degrees warmer in mountain view. the high builds into the eastern pacific. right now it's in the pacific and the flow around the high allowing for the storm track to stay to the north. we stay dry all week long. watch for a cutoff low to bring a cooling sea breeze. look for a more northerly gradient where temperatures peak. expected highs in san jose, gay to day, how about 82 tomorrow. mid-80s for monday and tuesday. the numbers flip on wednesday, in the low 70s. highs today in the south bay, 78 in santa clara. 76 in milpitas. a few 80s. 60 in pacifica. san francisco, a high of 67. average high of 63. you are warmer than you should be for this time of year and plenty of 70s from s
tahoe -- 28 in tahoe and the delta breeze is making its way out and cooler, today will be the coolest day, 70s for some areas that were much of warmer. san rafael, walnut creek, pittsburgh antioch, 60s, low in berkeley and alameda, 68 in milpitas, saratoga, sunny veil, 65 in menlo park. mostly sunny, it does look warmer over the weekend. >>> all right, steve, 6:11, we have information on that huge barge explosion and just in, new reports on that fire fight. >>> plus in an oakland neighborhood, who is being targeted and the actions they are taking. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. . >>> welcome back. we have some new information about that barge fire and just a few minutes ago they say the fire had burned
and earthquakes for missing financial targets. but the sequester? delta is saying the government cuts are cutting into sales. dave says the airline should be pointing fingers at the out of sight air fares. delta says there's less money coming in because hoff the sequester. you disagrow with that? >> look, i think there's a couple of big waves hitting in the fails of the airline business. one of the interesting things, let's get off the table this, load factor, the percentage of seats is up. so the idea this is wipe ought passenger miles is not happening. if you think about it, there's a number of technological advances making it easier and easier to do business and collaborate with people anywhere. so you have this giant wind in the face of the airline business, and if i were them, i'd rather try to do a little misdirection and say, it's not that we have a giant trend working against us. it's that the sequester is hurting our ability to price, and i'm not buying it. >> i fly a lot. and every plane i take recently is jam packed full. and when i look at the price of the ticket, it's gone up from th
the coast. with the moisture out there, the numbers are mild and 55 by the delta and 58 in union city and 54 in los gatos. the rest of the day is starting with clouds and the numbers climb into the 60's to near 70 inland with a slight chance of showers in the forecast for the weekend but today the giants game, mostly cloudy and a little by more sun through the afternoon with temperatures starting out at 60 at 1:35 and well look at numbers slipping up a little bit the next couple of days, a few showers over the weekend. >> headed back to show along 280 northbound, the headlights are moving away from 17 with no crashes. friday lite is the word. we have good conditions if you are moving through east bay and coming right out of the central valley, at 56 miles per hour and crossing over the altamont pass, you are at top speeds in livermore, and to the dublin/pleasanton area, and jumping up to four where we see good conditions, as well, from antioch to pittsburg with top speeds from that area. >> next, more threat being action from north korea this morning as the united states tries to tone down t
. but that's not only the ordeal exposing a major flaw in airport security, an delta airline employee is awaiting charges for allegedly breaching security. at new york's jfk airport. this 31-year-old employee turned away by tsa, used his airport security badge instead, accessing locked areas allowing him to board without ever going through metal detectors. tsa tell abc news they responded within nine minutes. but his delta flight landed in orlando before he was detained. these incidents are now causing some questions should thousands of security workers in airports across the country have their clearances examined? >> the reality is, if you work for an airline and you're moving around through the airport, from secure to in secure areas, you don't have to go through clearances every time you have to go in and out of a secure area. >> reporter: delta confirms to abc news that the jfk employee has been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation. they're cooperating with authorities and emphasize security is still the top priority for the airline. dan and bianna. >> thank you. so
the delta and the wind gusts will be in the 20 mi. per hour. still breezier tomorrow. as we head into the end of the week, warmer temperatures into the upper seventies low 80s >> pam: stay with us tonight as we continue developments with the bombing at the finish line of the boston marathon. the tear >> pam: attack at the boston marathon. two explosions rocked that city near the crowded the finish line of the marathon. police say at least three people have been killed, one of them in a year-old child. more than 140 people were injured. the explosions were about a block apart and also happen within seconds of one another. hospitals are reporting that they're treating at least 134 people tonight. victims suffered broken bones and ruptured ear drums. of those hurt, officials say at least 15 are in critical condition. police said they have no suspects in custody and so far no person has clampers possibility for the attacks. will be right back. -- claimed responsibility. wow, the track looks perfect. now we just need guests. yeah, so they can race! hey! kachow! bellissimo! guido! our
. a high of 67 today downtown. that's above average. 58 by the delta right now. and 58 union city. los gatos it's usually cooler, one of the cooler locations. a little bit of patchy fog at the coast. otherwise we will be nice and sunny today. look for the warmer weather tomorrow. an average of 2 to 4 degrees of warming and then as high pressure gets even closer monday and tuesday, it strengthens and the flow is offshore and we will be cooking inland with numbers in the 90s monday and tuesday. comfortable, though. 70s still at our beaches. this morning notice how mild it is with anywhere from warming one degree at the airport to 13 degrees warmer out by the delta. 3 degrees warmer for mountain view and 2 degrees warm ersan hose. so it's set up, high pressure offshore. when it's offshore we still have that on shore flow. it will be a weak one so the sea breeze will keep temperatures in the 60s. in the days ahead it will get a little closer. work to keep the storm track well to the north so we aren't talking of any weather systems headed our way until the end of the week when the high pre
are talking warm we're highs climbing through the mid-and upper 80s further up toward the delta. we will talk about how warm we are going to get. we are talking temperatures well above normal and it's going to last for several days. minor fluctuations here and there throughout the week ahead. we will have that for you with the seven-day outlook coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. the bay area victim of the boston marathon bombings is on the road to recovery. 11-year-old aaron hern's family is receiving a lot of support from the martinez community. abc7 news reporter kira klapper joins us live from martinez with details on our special fund-raiser this morning. >> hi, carolyn. good morning to you. there will be a fun run, a fundraiser here at th alhambra high school in martinez. businesses, restaurants, shops have already don't natured a percentage of their sales to help the hern family with their medical costs and travel expenses. this is justify the same. as you may know by now the 11-year-old aaron hern was waiting for his mom near the boston marathon finish line when the second blast hi
to the mid-and maybe a few upper 80s out toward our delta area. we are getting close to 90 degrees. we are talking about clear conditions this evening and the fog will be back. it will be patchy just along the immediate coast. our beaches so the sea breeze getting weaker and weaker day-to-day. and high pressure bringing more sunshine and above normal temperatures. looks like all week long. i'll detail that for you in just a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a spike in muggings in san francisco's castro direct now has crime fighting activists hitting the streets. they are armed with information and distributing emergency whistles. abc7 news reporter sergio gets a lesson on how to use them. >> do you have a whistle on your key chain? >> no. >> we need a whistle! >> they are helping get the word out. >> i think people come here and think it's the gay mecca and there's a cloak of safety about it but we leave in a big city. >> they have seen a special surge in muggings, especially those on smartphones and not paying attention to their surroundings. the castro hasn't been immune f
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to know what you think. which airline is the worst? american, delta, southwest, united, or do you have another favorite? log on to gerriwillis.com. a vote on the right-hand side of the screen and elsewhere results of the end of the show. the mother of all bus stops, and taxpayers across the country, including you, are picking of the tab. check out this one in arlington virginia. this cost $1 million. it does not even the shield you from the rain. despite being checked out with future -- futuristic architecture and an electronic scheduling board, he did cement floors, it does little to shield commuters from wind and rain. how deep is his waistcoat and a master's cretaceous system? president of citizens against government waste joins me now with details. what to you make of this? >> not a big surprise. between 1996 and 2010, citizens against government waste identified 200305 you're marks where it is over $4 billion just for boss and bus facilities, let alone all of the other your marks and transportation, like the bridge to nowhere. building these heated bus stops around the country. ge
back towards sonoma and some in the east bay right around concord and highway 4, right around the delta and a little is starting to pop up right around san jose and you can see we will keep an eye on that a lit as possible, they talked with them and brentwood two-thirds and oakland, they had had two thirds inches of rain but things are starting to improve. >>> a woman died and might have been distracted by her control phones g.p.a. but they say alcohol may have ban factor three other people in a honda accord may have suffered injuries. >> it was a violent easter and here is a look at where yesterday's shootings took place. it was first reported at 10:00 a.m. and the second happened after 4:00 and it was reported on 70th avenue and hawley street. the male victim was walking or riding with a bicycle before being shot and multiple shell casings were located and a man was shot in is had car and police have not released any motives or suspects in any of the three show things. >>> -- any of the three shootings. >>> the police department wants to increase staff levels from 611 officers to 833
in the sierra. winds out of west gusting to over 20 miles an hour. up by the delta and livermore valley. elsewhere a little lighter but these will continue to increase and switch around to the northwest tomorrow as we get behind this weak trough. 57 degrees in oakland. 54 in half moon bay. light showers and temperatures are cool in the low 50s from napa. 55 union city. 54 in los gatos. for the evening hours, scattered light rain showers not going to amount too much. we are looking at the wind advisory through the coastal hills, san mateo coast, north and east bay hills as the winds could gust in excess of 40 miles an hour but it will be a windy day. much less wind tuesday and wednesday. we talk about the snow. here it is, 2-6 inches above 5,000 feet with gusts over 60 miles an hour. it is still spring break for some folks. kind of slick in the sierra nevada. overnight tonight, a little cooler, mid to upper 40s, 47 in san jose. mid 40s up to the north and sonoma county. there is the low. it's going to slide into the sierra, nevada. upper level trough, we are on the breezy conditions and
helps fare and help customer service as well. >> this year -- delta and frontier and southwest. >>> the airline is the only one to fly non stop between san francisco. the airline is expected to carry someone 125, 000. the flight departs everyday except for tuesdays. rolling stone fans today have their first chance to buy the tickets for the bay area concert. they're scheduled to appear may 5th and may 8th in san jose. >>> others suggests there is little bangs in the buck. >>> parents should be warn. and what friends remember o original musketeerrs. >>> the high wind to fight a fire over sunday night. firefighters arrived to find flames coming to the roof of the home. everyone got out safely and no injuries were reported. >>> the powerful lottery made it to the california debut today. kim reports the -- >> reporter: was turned into a lotto store this afternoon. the featured items of course, the powerful. >> we expect the revenue powerful to be $350 million annually. >> powerful will -- >> that might bring us down to $100 million t. >> $50 million use by schools for a one
from fso to oakland no doubt about it, gusts are up to 39 and up to the delta bay, even napa has one and everything is in place for a cool down and yesterday was way above average on the temperatures and that little system if you are heading up to the sierra nevada it will be a quick mover and be out of here in a couple of hours. 50s and 60s, one system clips us right there and a westerly breeze or wind, much cooler by the coast and in fact that 20 degrees drop, finance oz and 60s, we will be on a holding pattern and it is very similar to what we had last monday. >>> aa man has an encounter with an animal and facebook is making sure facebook is more accessible. . >>> check it out, it was a tiger shark, this was a rare thing caught on camera, marine biologists said the 10-foot shark likely sensed the fish and made a "b" line for the kaiak. it is unusual to catch that on camera and ice zack said -- eye zack said he is happy he lived to tell the tale. >>> a family is taking up an area along this area and it's heavily used by beavers and cyclists. it is the first time in more than 38 yea
to 39 and up to the delta bay, even napa has one and everything is in place for a cool down and yesterday was way above average on the temperatures and that little system if you are heading up to the sierra nevada it will be a quick mover and be out of here in a couple of hours. 50s and 60s, one system clips us right there and a westerly breeze or wind, much cooler by the coast and in fact that 20 degrees drop, finance oz and 60s, we will be on a holding pattern and it is very similar to what we had last monday. >>> aa man has an encounter with an animal and facebook is making sure facebook is more accessible. . >>> check it out, it was a tiger shark, this was a rare thing caught on camera, marine biologists said the 10-foot shark likely sensed the fish and made a "b" line for the kaiak. it is unusual to catch that on camera and ice zack said -- eye zack said he is happy he lived to tell the tale. >>> a family is taking up an area along this area and it's heavily used by beavers and cyclists. it is the first time in more than 38 years tha
's been breezy in spots inland early on today. and we have a wind advisory up through the delta and the carquinez strait. that has also helped to stoke these temperatures a few degrees, too. 60s into livermore, also 66 in vallejo. 65 in san francisco right now. this afternoon, 70s even some mid-80s inland. 60s with patchy fog toward the coastline, cooler weather through midweek. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by roc skin scarecare. the anti-ageing experts. >>> coming face to face with the accused marathon bomber. >> we don't know if he has a weapon or some type >>> we're looking for some time of explosive ignition switch he can reach down and hit. >> this morning, john miller with the men who captured dzhokhar tsavraev. >> mark sanford fights to keep his political comeback alive. will this ad help voters forget about troubles with his ex-wife? >> plus they may be slow but one breed of snails causing massive destruction. how florida is trying to stop them. on "cbs this morning." this day calls you. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pai
own single cam. nice weather but fog at the coastline and winds kicking up through the delta. we are expecting gusts there as high as 40 miles per hour through the carquinez strait and into the central valley. so be careful traveling that way. with the winds, we have seen temperatures staying up just a bit. 68 degrees in vallejo, 68 napa, 65 in livermore. only 54 where it's calm into concord right now and 47 and patchy fog along the coast. today we begin some slow cooling outside. yesterday we topped out in the upper 80s even low 90s. today it will be cooler outside. still some mid-80s possible inland but we have patchy fog along the coast a sign of coomber weathe way. we'lveon that -- cooler weather on the way. we'll have more on that in a moment. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we are beginning to see a little bunching up in some of the westbound lanes because of a hit-and-run, sounds like a smaller fender-bender. it is out of lanes but it's westbound 580 right before 680 and as you can see, traffic is stacking up a bit behind it. slight delays thr
blue, air tran, delta, hawaiian, alaska, frontier and southwest. >> big part of united's low ranking had part to do with its merge with continental that led to computer problems and that led to complaints. >> we are sitting here for 45 minutes waiting for our luggage to arrive. >> reporter: over all airline performance improved year to year, the airlines do seem to be getting the message. consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> jet blue is set to receive the first american made airbus jet. the airline's ceo made the announcement today from alabama. that factory will create a thousand jobs. they hope to have to new airbus by 2016. jet blue is the largest operator of the airbus plane in the world, 120. >>> demonstrators rallied outside the food and drug administration today calling on them to require foods to be labeled. they like to know when foods have had their genes changed by man. the fda gave tentative to approval last year and is now hearing public comment. >> i want them to label the foods so we could have the knowledg
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're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. >> good morning, "varney & company" viewers, here is the headlines. president obama loses a round. he wanted pain, but he's backing off. airline passengers win. the senate passes a bill to stop air traffic control furloughs, at the white house, jay carney tried to deflect the public's anger away from the president and said this, it will be good news for america's air travelling public if congress spares them the unnecessary delays. the bill against the f.a.a. more flexible in budget cuts. t the white house wanted maximum pain. and the bill is set to go to the house and the senator is joining us later. big monies and names in the news today and the stocks may move on this. first off, apple is cutting workers and the iphone continues to lose market share. and george soros getting bottom-fishing, close to an 8% stake in j.c. penney and roughly a quarter
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a funny feeling that's not going to fly. >>> and delta air lines is the first carrier to order smaller, new bathrooms for its airlines. the shrunken lavatories will make room for at least four more seats on delta's 737s. but the company insists that passengers aren't going to notice the difference. i'm sure. >> how could it get any smaller? that's crazy. >>> our parent company disney has announced a sequel to "finding nemo." it's going to be called "finding dory." it will once again feature the voice of ellen degeneres as the voice of that character. "finding nemo" won top awards along the way. "finding dory" will hit the theaters in 2015. that should be funny. anything ellen does is funny. >> high expectations for that. "finding nemo" one of my favorite animated movies. >> it was great. >>> coming up next on this wednesday morning, we're getting the first, up-close look at that deadly florida sinkhole. >>> and a coach's abusive behavior a secret no more. how the verbal and physical abuse was exposed. [ male announcer ] this is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for
of the commute time. a bit of a break along the coast but still for the delta of. we are going to timing it out on futurecast. >> pam: new at 8 the dangerous discovery of bad bolts on the new span of the bay bridge. is raising questions about whether the bridge will be safe for drivers. kron 4's justine waldman shows us what actions the department of transportation is taking. to figure out what happened and how to fix it fast. >> reporter: when bolts broke it. it created a seperation between the pieces.which you can see here. that makes the bolts useless in keeping the bay bridge safe during a large earthquake. an unaccetable mistake according to caltrans. the director of the state department of transportation mailed *this memo to those in charge of the new span outlining what changes he wants moving forward. to startput the contractor on notice that it must show it is in compliance with the contract. the total cost of the new span is 6-billion dollars. also, do more testing on the bolts to see what caused them to break. and identify all other parts of the bridge that came from the same supplie
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a major flaw in airport security, an delta airline employee is facing charges for breeching security. he used his airport security badge instead, accessing locked areas allowing him to board without ever going through metal detectors. tsa tell abc news they responded within nine minutes. but his flight landed in orlando before he was detained. these incidents are causing some questions should thousands of security workers in airports across the country have their backgrounds exam iend. >> delta confirms to abc news that jfk employee has been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation. they're cooperating with authorities and emphasize security is still a top priority for the airline. dan and bianna. >> thank you. so scary, because these are the people we are supposed to trust. >>> let's go back to linsey davis with the other stories. >>> good morning, everyone. in the news this morning the pentagon is delaying a missile test this week because of the tense standoff with north korea. defense secretary chuck hagel put off the long test that it could be misinte interpreted. >>> and q
" and show their support by changing their lightbulbs from white to blue. sjsu's alpha xi delta sorority has an annual philanthropy event focusing on autism awareness for college students. the sorority set up a table earlier this week to spread the word about its upcoming events. students were asked to sign a pledge to support finding a cure for autism. there's a lot of parents who struggle raising their kids not knowing if their kid has autism so autism speaks helps make these kits for them to understand better what their child is going through and help them kind of incorporate them into the real world. there is no known detection or cure for autism, but alpha xi delta nationally raises $??,000 a year to keep taking steps closer to finding one. in light of april, people can go out and buy blue lightbulbs just like this one to light up their porches and show their support. in san jose, this is jessica melcher, update news" at a diversity forum put on by the black unity group this week, the theme was, quote, "the university doesn't discriminate, but it doesn't seem to encourage, either." the
and oakland 17 and it will make it out to the delta, not wind wind. and for the at 17 but that west.$♪ wind will want us up and the -- will warm us up and it will be much cooler coast and bay, still on the warm side and we are above average on the temperatures and they are still coming down and it's a tricky call when you go from one extreme to the other, temperatures really tail off especially this time of year. partly sunny skies and maybe some wind on the menu for late sunday. >>> despite the almost daily threats coming from north korea, the reason the south koreaian government is playing down security vehicles. >>> what the commissioner of baseball is telling the mayor of san jose average it looks good and we will tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area weather. back in the day, we didn't have the u-verse wireless receiver. [ light laugh ] the tv stayed in one place... mmmmhmmmm. ...right next to the upstairs tv outlet. oh yeah. they can move the tv all over the place, even outside. grandpa... mmmhmm? kids have it easy nowadays. [ glasses clink ] i'm trying to tell ya.
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